India trumpets the tablet computer Aakash as low-cost, high-tech innovation required to bridge the digital divide. It couldn’t be more wrong. Aakash is not true innovation. It is a simple contract manufacturing job that should make scrappy computer makers swell with pride, not something that behooves an IT behemoth and a nation on the rise. It would have been a remarkable story if the nation had actually created such a low-cost computer. But it has merely assembled one through a third